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Kebort’s Karate Tigers Place In Columbus, Ohio

Four members of Kebort’s Karate Tigers
Four members of Kebort’s Karate Tigers placed at the recent 46th Arnold Battle Of Columbus Martial Arts World Games XXII in Columbus, Ohio. Kyoshi Ron Valvo, far left, took silver in Men’s 55-64-year-old Master’s Sparring and bronze in Kata. Harley Dunn, second from left, took gold in 12-13-year-old Boys Intermediate Kata and silver in Sparring. David Gray Jr., second from right, took gold in Adult Men 23-34-year-old Novice Kata and Sparring. Kyoshi-Dai Christina Kebort, far right, took silver in Women’s 45-54-year-old Masters Sparring and bronze in Kata. For Dunn and Gray, they became world champions in their brackets for the first time.

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